Here are the updates:
Gurugram reserves 75% ICU beds for COVID-19
The Gurugram administration on Monday ordered reservation 50% of beds normally class and 75% of beds in ICU / Ventilator class in private and non-private hospitals for COVID-19 sufferers in view of the sudden spike in infections.
The variety of beds obtainable underneath the overall class and ICU / ventilator class is predicted to extend by round 800 and 300, respectively.
As of now, 2,100 beds are reserved in varied Gurugram hospitals, together with 1,649 beds for isolation.
The whole reserved ICU beds and ventilators are 312 and 139, respectively. Of these, 1,001 isolation beds, 119 ICU beds and 63 ventilators are unoccupied.
JNU begins phased entry of scholars
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Monday started welcoming back its final-year PhD research scholars who had been residing within the hostels earlier than the lockdown as a part of its phased reopening course of.
The entry has been allowed for these college students particularly who have to entry laboratories and submit their PhD thesis on or earlier than December 31 or June 30, the college mentioned.
Dean of Students Sudheer Pratap Singh, mentioned that upon arrival, the scholars might want to refill and submit a self-declaration kind obtainable with the JNU safety and get a go issued for his or her entry into the closed campus.
No lockdown, peak of third wave over: Jain
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Monday mentioned the government will not impose any lockdown in the city due to the COVID-19 state of affairs. He additionally mentioned that the height of third wave of the an infection had handed and positivity of instances would slowly come down.
The Minister mentioned the “lowest positivity” is amongst healthcare employees of COVID-19 hospitals as a result of they’re “taking measures for protection”. “The people who are in the most dangerous condition have the lowest positivity because they are protecting themselves. So, protection is sufficient, ”Mr. Jain mentioned.
A complete of two,324 healthcare employees in Delhi have been contaminated by COVID-19 and 75 of them have died until October, in line with a report ready by the National Center for Disease Control underneath the Central Government.